American Express Launches The Centurion Suite at Barclays Center

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American Express introduced The Centurion Suite at Barclays Center during All-Star Weekend, continuing its commitment to providing unique entertainment experiences for Platinum and Centurion Card Members. Mason Plumlee of the Brooklyn Nets, Gayle King, Courtney Kerr and Micah Jesse all stopped by to check out the suite on Febuary 14th 2015.

Akin to The Centurion Lounge network in airports across the country, The Centurion Suite offers an elevated design, service and amenities in a sports venue. Opening in March, the suite will provide Card Members with an intimate and exclusive entertainment space featuring unique, digital services helping to create an unparalleled fan viewing experience.

American Express is has also announced the newly created American Express Platinum Entrance located on the north side of Barclays Center, which will allow eligible Card Members to skip the line to enter the venue.

The Centurion Lounge features several different benefits and amenities, such as high-top table and lounge seating boasting unique views of the event. Guests can also expect to be served premium food and beverages, a selection of finely crafted cocktails, beer and wine by dedicated suite attendants. As well as this, flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access and phone charging stations are also available.

The Centurion Suite will be open for most sporting & entertainment events throughout the year, including Brooklyn Nets home games, concerts and family shows, and is available only to ticketed Platinum Card and Centurion Members plus one guest.

The Centurion Suite is conveniently located on Suite Level A across from the Mondavi Wine Bar (Prior to accessing the suite, Card Members can proceed to The Centurion Suite check-in located on Barclays Center’s main concourse next to the Atlantic Entrance and across from Sections 9-10. Once checked in, they can simply take the Atlantic Avenue elevator to Suite Level A).